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noun as in daydreaming

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His interest in music—or rather, at first, in the free and glamorous lives of musicians—began with much posing and woolgathering.

Really, God thought with annoyance, this woolgathering—at such a moment!

I trust that your good man here is not jealous, for beauty, you well do ken, ever sends the wits of a Douglas woolgathering.

But surely one's mind must be curiously at random to go to such woolgathering.

Woolgathering, Ben had missed some remark about Artemis' rigging.

Amid that universal blaze and downright pour of stifling heat, his mind was gone woolgathering back into the old New Forest.


On this page you'll find 313 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to woolgathering, such as: absent, absorbed, abstracted, airheaded, bemused, and careless.

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